The Sq Arts Project

The Sq Arts Project is a creative arts initiative with the aim of delivering vibrant, creative spaces throughout the centre,  that delights customers, champions artistic talent, and promotes local and worthy causes.

The Sq Arts Project will deliver this through a series of individual projects. Keep an eye for upcoming opportunities!


The Square Mural

August 2022

Have you seen our colourful new mural outside level 3? Part of our ongoing Sq Arts Project, and with thanks to @creativeconnections2020 and artist @iljin_art  . We just love it!

Our new mural represents many elements of The Square. How many can you spot?? Don’t forget to tag us in your selfies! We love to see them

#SqArtsProject #LoveTheSquare #Creativeconnections

Rainbow Walkway

June 2022

We were delighted to be joined today by South Dublin Mayor Peter Kavanagh to launch our new Rainbow Walkway to kickstart Pride celebrations at The Square.
Also in attendance were Cllr Alan Edge of the South Dublin LGBT+ Network, Pride @ The Square ambassador Paul Ryder, artist Fran Halpin, Fiona Power (The Square), Dave Mooney (Fusion Events)
Our Rainbow Walkway installation is a permanent fixture, and the first step to making The Square a more inclusive, welcoming place and ongoing supporter of our LGBT+ community.

Tree of Hope Mural

October 2021

To mark World Mental Health Day 2021, The Square teamed up with local street artist Emmalene Blake, and JIGSAW for our “Be Sound to Your Ceann” campaign.

Central to the campaign was the transformation of our “Tree of Hope” area on Level 3 with a vibrant new and permanent mural by Emmalene.

Emmalene’s design was also replicated on limited edition t-shirts and a pop up selfie station as part of a fundraising campaign in October 2021 for JIGSAW Youth Mental Health.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics Murals

August 2021

We love to back the community and show our support!

Featuring 2 original artworks from 2 incredible local artists, Geoff Tracey & Emmalene Blake created some memorable pieces of work to showcase the support to Olympians Jack Woolley who trains with South Dublin Taekwondo & Kellie Harrington who trains at local boxing club St Mary’s Boxing Club Tallaght !

Emmalene Blake – @emmaleneblake – Kellie Harrington Mural
Geoff Tracey – @geoff.tracey81 – Jack Woolley Mural

The Sq Arts Project – The Future is Bright!

Take a stroll around The Square and check out our vibrant new artworks!

Featuring 9 original artworks from 5 local artists, all celebrating the theme “The Future is Bright” as we emerge from lockdowns and step into a brighter day, with playful positivity and uplifting messages.

“I’m delighted to be involved with such an amazing arts project. It’s a great opportunity to show my work to such a large audience, and see local artists supported. Tallaght is full of creativity!”

Lisa Murray, featured artist.


Ashwin Chacko – @whackochacko
Kelly Evans – @kellyevansdesigns
Lisa Murray – @murray_design
Anna Sherlock – @a.sherlockdesign
Geoff Tracey – @geoff.tracey81


“We are delighted to showcase the work of local creatives here at The Square. There is a wealth of talent on our doorstep, in Tallaght and beyond.

We’re proud to show them off, while at the same time adding pops of joy, colour and creativity around the place!”

Fiona Power, Commercial Operations Manager at The Square.


This collections is the first in a series of installations, as part of The Sq Arts Project.

The Sq Arts Project aims to deliver vibrant, creative space throughout the centre that delights customers, champions artistic talent, and promotes local and worthy causes.


“The future truly is bright here at The Square, and Tallaght. With a vibrant, creative community, and exciting developments coming down the line, there is great opportunity and cause for optimism.

We look forward to working with more artists and organisations in the near future.”


Interest in The Sq Arts Project can be addressed to: